The last Star Trek reboot saw Benedict Cumberbatch as Kahn, the berserk super soldier who was angry about the “Federation” doing some such nefarious thing to his people group. This installment included curious references to false flags which I detailed here. Before that, in the initial reboot, there was an angry alien who attacked the Federation over his tribal group being shat upon (or, Shatnered upon!). So, for the third time in a row, we have roughly the same plot of dispossessed, discontent tribalists and unique people groups who become terrorists when their way of life is encroached upon by the United Nations, er, NATO, er, New World Order, er…Federation.
We have seen this pattern often in the Star Trek, but in the recent installment, it’s even more pronounced as we discover the character Sulu is gay. Indeed, trans-specism and the destruction of people groups under liberal tyranny has always been the worldview of Star Trek – Gene Roddenberry was a rabidly atheistic globalist (or, as an even darker possibility, was Roddenberry a member of an occultic group known as ‘The Nine,’?). There is some interesting evidence connecting Roddenberry (connected to the Esalen Institute – which I covered here) to esoteric groups, mind control and the Rand Corporation. This would explain the many gnostic, scientistic, platonic and at times interestingly philosophical episodes, in the original series and its Next Generation successor.